Internet Enduring Material sponsored by Stanford University School of Medicine and presented by the Stanford Center for Continuing Medical Education. How can providers learn to influence patients to choose a healthy diet? Nutrition is an integral part of each person's health, but selecting healthful food is not as simple as it appears in a world that offers many fast and inexpensive choices. In the webinar Micronutrients and Diet, learn how the nutrients we eat affect our health, especially when there are deficiencies. Join in to hear how to focus on health with a foundational and personalized diet, and how to build an aspirational diet. Providers can find out how to offer both internal and external motivation for better food choices, such as global sustainability and ethics.
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Christopher Gardner, PhD
The Rehnborg Farquhar Professor of Medicine at Stanford University
Course Director, Faculty
Nothing to disclose
Ruth Adewuya, MD, CHCP
Managing Director, CME
Stanford University School of Medicine
Marilyn Mejia, BA
Education Design Coordinator
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